Steven was a student at Lewis and Clark before he even graduated high school because of the co-op program in automotive, but he continued his college education in Computer Aided Drafting and Design instead and now has a rewarding career in his chosen field.
Steven is currently employed at Roeslein & Associates in St. Louis and gets to travel the world doing what he loves. He’s been to countries such as Austria, South Korea and Germany and will visit South Africa this summer.
“Lewis and Clark was the start of my career and gave me the tools I needed to succeed. So, if I had to say what the College meant to me I would have to say the beginning of my future,” he said. “One of my favorite moments was the integration of the SIUE and L&C engineering programs. The Inventor class at the time (taught by Mike Morgan) made all of the little display models for the ribbon cutting ceremony. This was a big moment at Lewis and Clark, and I had the profound privilege of being part of it.”
Steven credits Lewis and Clark faculty members for giving him the opportunity to land a co-op with Olin Brass and because of that, he said he’s been able to move forward with his career goals and earn the position he is in today.